MIUI 10 Camera for Redmi Note 3/4/4X (Portrait Mode Enabled)

We have seen many ported camera apps either for any Android devices or for specific devices. This time we share a ported version of MIUI 10 camera app that works on Redmi Note 3 (Kenzo) and Redmi Note 4 SD or Redmi Note 4X (Mido). What so great about MIUI 10 camera is the inclusion of bokeh-ish portrait mode which is not available on any previous MIUI versions.

The feature is basically similar to what Google Camera has. The difference is the technology utilized by the app. MIUI 10 camera is powered by Xiaomi Artificial Intelligent algorithm developed by the special camera division enacted by its CEO. The developers said it is based on deep learning algorithm of millions of photos. On the other hand, Gcam is of course powered by Google’s algorithm.

There is a portrait mode on MIUI 9 camera app but that cannot reproduce the cool bokeh effect on a single-camera device. This one is capable. Hence, for you who are still waiting for the Global Stable release of MIUI 10 but just couldn’t wait to experience the coolness of its camera app, this one available below is just for you.

Sample photos:

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How to install? Simply download the .apk file and install it as usual. No root is required.

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